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Introduction Over the past 20 years in Peru, ayahuasca tourism has developed into a thriving business ( Grunwell, 1998 ). Several studies have assessed the reasons of use and found that this is in part due to the increasing

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At least some individual practitioners of adventure sports, recreation, and tourism display all the characteristic criteria of powerful behavioral addiction ( Buckley, 2012 , 2015a ; Heirene, Shearer, Roderique-Davies, & Mellalieu, 2016

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Nicholas Spiers
,
Beatriz Caiuby Labate
,
Anna O. Ermakova
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Patrick Farrell
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Osiris Sinuhé González Romero
,
Ibrahim Gabriell
, and
Nidia Olvera

diverse group of researchers, and critical engagements with recent phenomena such as psychedelic tourism and industry. While by no means comprehensive, and in anticipation of further elaboration, the included texts were selected to provide a diverse

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, could also entail that traditional communities which use psychedelics become understood as resources; a phenomenon which has already caused debate due to surges in ‘psychedelic tourism’ ( Lagarde, 2021 ; Negrin, 2020 ). In other words, the

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.pone.0214377 . 10.1371/journal.pone.0214377 Grinspoon , L. , & Bakalar , J. B. ( 1983 ). Psychedelic reflections . New York : Human Sciences Press . Grunwell , J. N. ( 1998 ). Ayahuasca tourism in South America . Written for Anthropology of Tourism

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, resulting in piracy and the social and economic indifference amidst tourism and commodification ( Peluso, 2017 ). The value of promoting an approach to psychedelics that centres on personal cultural context is worthy of debate ( Rodd, 2018 ; Stuart, 2002

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garden vegetables primarily for consumption while engaging in animal husbandry as a sideline. Starting in the 1980s and increasingly through the 1990s, some of the Mosuo inhabiting the areas near Lugu Lake have carved a living through profits from tourism

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psychedelic tourism. Extralegally, through ‘underground’ therapists, at raves and music festivals, or alone. Strictly from a harm reduction perspective clinical social workers should be prepared to support their clients should they choose to access these

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eco-tourism and psychedelic tourism in Indigenous lands; the use of Indigenous people as pawns, mules, and prostitutes by illegal actors; the trafficking of Indigenous children and adults for illegal purposes, and the increasing illness of Indigenous

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ayahuasca in Upper Amazon vegetalismo tourism . Journal of Psychedelic Studies , 3 ( 3 ), 295 – 307 . https://doi.org/10.1556/2054.2019.007 . 10

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